Thursday, January 19, 2017

Karma: Student PII Data Mining Concerns Coming Home to Roost for Dept of Ed Bureaucrats – Missouri Education Watchdog

Karma: Student PII Data Mining Concerns Coming Home to Roost for Dept of Ed Bureaucrats – Missouri Education Watchdog:

Karma: Student PII Data Mining Concerns Coming Home to Roost for Dept of Ed Bureaucrats



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The Federal bureaucrats in the US Department of Education are worried about the data mining via the structure (student longitudinal data systems) they supported which captures student/family Personally Identifiable Information (PII).  The bureaucrats endorsed the use of PII which was mandated via The State Stabilization Fund and ESSA.  Now that a new administration will be setting policy direction, data mining and use of that data by the Federal Government should be questioned and withheld by educational institutions according to some in the USDOEd and other bureaucrats:

student data nightmare

The argument against The Common Core State Standards Initiative over the years has been consistent: it’s an initiative that coerced states (governors and Boards of Education) into accepting Federal dollars and agreeing to expand state longitudinal data systems and it’s never been ‘it’s just standards’ and ‘show me a standard you Karma: Student PII Data Mining Concerns Coming Home to Roost for Dept of Ed Bureaucrats – Missouri Education Watchdog:


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